One of London’s leading arts and music venues, The CAMP (The City Arts & Music Project) will be holding a special ‘Jumble for Japan’ fundraiser on Saturday 2nd April to help victims of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami disaster, with all proceeds going directly to the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal.
The event which will take place from 11am – 6pm will feature exclusive performances from chart-topping London DJs Disco Bloodbath and Secretsundaze’s James Priestley. The venue will also house a seven-hour charity sale with one-off designer items, vintage clothing, shoes, handbags and jewelery from Vivienne Westwood, Prada, Alberta Ferreti, Marc Jacobs, Reiss and Topshop Boutique.
The charity sale will also include rare, signed memorabilia from popular music icons including; The Chemical Brothers, Paul Weller and Erol Alkan, along with exclusive goodie bags from record labels Universal, DFA Records (NYC) and Phonica, as well as, summer festival tickets.
Authentic gorgeous Japanese cuisine will be served throughout the day including sushi and teppanyaki. This is a really exciting one-off event that will raise thousands of pounds for the survivors of the Japanese Tsunami. Get on down to CAMP this weekend and check out the Westwood and Prada creations, sample some sushi, chill to the sweet sounds of Secretsundaze’s James Priestly, but most importantly support this fantastic cause.